He was born in 1903 in the village of Hasar near Mardin, northern Kurdistan. He was a shepherd and cowboy as a child. His father died and his sister took him in and raised him. Later, they were forced to leave Hasar village and in 1914 they moved to Amuda village.
He was intelligent, conscious, and strong since childhood and loved to study. Therefore, they sent him to study in the mosque room and he conducted all his studies very cleverly, such as studying Arabic and Islamic sciences. Therefore, he returned to the north and all four parts of Kurdistan in the hope of completing his twelve science license and later received it from Mullah Obed.
He worked as a mullah in West Kurdistan and for a while in South and East Kurdistan. In 1946, he moved to Qamishli and became a member of the Kurdish Freedom and Union Party (Civata Azadî û Yekîtiya Kurd).
In 1948 he became a member of the Syrian Communist Party and in 1954 he was nominated for the Syrian parliament. In 1957, he left the Communist Party and founded the Azadi Organization. The organization later merged with the Syrian Kurdistan Democratic Party. In 1959, he moved to South Kurdistan and until 1963 he became a lecturer in the Kurdish language department at Baghdad University. He later returned to Qamishli to write and work in politics. That same year, he was imprisoned in Damascus.
In 1969, he moved to South Kurdistan to participate in the Kurdish revolution.
In 1973, he went to Lebanon, where he wrote the poem Kîme Ez.
He returned to Syria in 1976 and was forced to move to Sweden in 1979. He settled there as a refugee and spent his time writing. He died on 22-10-198422-10-1984
. His body was transferred to Qamishli, and he was buried there, as he requested in his own will.
Some of his products:
Diwani Avesta Liver First reader: Prisk û Pêtî, 1945 AD Damascus
Book 2: Sewra Azadî, 1954 AD Damascus
Book 3: Kîme Ez, 1973 AD Damascus
Book 4: Ronak, 1980, Stockholm
Book 5: Zend-Avista, 1981, Stockholm
Book 6: Şefeq, 1982, Stockholm
Book 7: Hêvî, 1983, Stockholm
Book 8: Astî, 1985, Stockholm
Kurdish Language Constitution (Destûra Zimanê kurdî), 1961 in Baghdad
Dictionary (Ferheng, perçê yekem), 1962 AD Baghdad
Dictionary (Ferheng, perçê diwem), 1962 AD Baghdad